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The reality is that by hosting far too many elephants for far too long, Botswana’s past political leadership sacrificed the country’s biological diversity. Now we have Mokgweetsi Masisi – a man of foresight …

South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa is establishing a unit in the presidency which he hopes will improve policy development and coordination. This is an important initiative designed to help him address the huge …

RORISANG MOGOJWE We are halfway through the year and most people are already burned out due to work stress. In a world where we are expected to be superstars in every aspect of …

Who is who and who does Botswana need? There’s a silver lining to the vexing question of character and politics. Infact, there are several attributes essential to leadership in general and particularly in …

26 April 2019 – Earth Day, as commemorated this week, aims to raise awareness and support for environmental protection. This year the theme of Protect Our Species: In nature, nothing exists alone is …

Entrepreneurs have a pivotal role to play in Africa’s unemployment crisis. Today over a third of the continent’s young workforce (those aged 15-35) are unemployed. Another third are in vulnerable employment. By 2035, …

Botswana’s High Court is considering a challenge to the provisions of the penal code criminalising consensual same-sex relations in the country. It will hand down its judgment in June. The challenge raises similar …

Aimed at building a virtual 3D City of Gaborone TLOTLO KEBINAKGABO Two local entrepreneurs in Thabo Seane and Victor Chelemu will soon launch a visual portal named ‘Vision 3D’ which is aimed at …

Cancer activist Ouma Sekolole will attempt to summit the majestic Mount Everest, the highest mountain on earth. She will be embarking on summiting Mount Everest on the 5th April to 8th June 2019. …

Written by Wei JI an Independent wildlife researcher who provides advice to the Chinese government. Ten years ago, in June 2007, Chad and Zambia proposed a complex package of African elephant trade regulations. …

Vibeke Maria Viestad Research Fellow in Archaeology, University of Oslo To dress is a unique human experience, but practices and meanings of dress are as different as the people populating the world. In …

Alex Magaisa There are of course many factors attributed to Botswana’s good performance. A stable political and economic environment, a relatively free economy in which property rights are protected, general respect for fundamental …